We were able to distinctively see a full moon on Monday night. It lit up the sky and was exceptionally beautiful as it was seen from anywhere in the city. A common conception of a full moon is the effect it has on human behaviour. According to an article from Farmers’ Almanac, when the Moon reaches a specific phase it also affects ocean tides and the Earth’s crust. So, it would only make sense that with humans being composed of 60% water the Moon would have an effect on us as well. There are various scientific reports arguing for and against the effect of the Moon on human behaviour. Although, detailed analysis showed individuals had heightened mind activity and higher levels of physical and mental distress.
The subtle and intangible effect of the Moon transits frequencies that affect the frequencies of the mind of human beings. In reference to the ‘mind’, we’re referring to one’s feelings, emotions, and desires. We all possess a conscious and unconscious mind and with the Moon’s more subtle frequencies it causes the impressions in our sub-conscious mind to surface to the conscious mind. This may result in us becoming aware of these thoughts and therefore leading us to feel “off” and unlike our normal self.
It’s a fascinating scientific explanation behind how it can impact human behaviour. Along with the daylight savings time change, we may have also felt more tired than usual from losing an hour of sleep.
Does a full moon affect your behaviour? If so, are you aware of them?
Source: Spiritual Research Foundation